Bass Fishing

Darren Sexton caught this 11.6-pound bass Aug. 18 while fishing on Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge.

Brothers catch pair of 11-pounders from Lacassine NWR

Trophy catches come 11 days apart
August 30 at 5:17pm
Adam Cook (right) and his uncle Kurt Cook have been pounding on the bass population in Bayou Black recently.

Bayou Black giving up lots of bass

Fish aren't huge, but numbers of bites provide plenty of action
August 22 at 10:16am
Pegging a worm weight is easy with tailor-made pegs. Slide your line into the loop at the end of the peg loop. Grab a peg and slide it onto your line. Thread your weight on then slide the peg back to the top of the weight and you’re ready to go.

“Pick” your peg

August 15 at 7:00am
Although it might seem counterintuitive, using dark colors is your best bet for success at night.

Cajun Lures: A lure innovator

August 15 at 7:00am
Louisiana waters will be off limits to Elite Series anglers at next spring's event on the Sabine River because of uncertainty over public access and lack of clear signage alerting anglers to private property, according to Bassmaster.

Louisiana waters off limits for 2018 Sabine Elite Series tournament

No tournaments will be scheduled in Atchafalaya Basin for same reason, B.A.S.S. says
August 11 at 10:12am
Stacy Bourgeois of Paulina made a morning run to Toledo Bend with her husband, Lyle Bourgeois, to catch some bass. This was the biggest of the day.

School is in session

Use topwaters to put schoolin’ bass in the boat
August 01 at 2:57pm
Kevin VanDam is fond of Texas rigging a big worm for summer use, but he’ll reach beyond the ribbon and curl tail styles and put the chunky Strike King Bull Worm into duty.

Long, lanky and in-demand

Summertime is the right time to throw big worms
August 01 at 7:00am
Night fishing isn’t restricted to pitching lures in the dark. This fish came from a well-lit dock.

Night moves - Night Fishing primer

Avoid the heat and traffic and bust| |bigger bass in the process.
August 01 at 7:00am
Mount’s Phoenix is meticulously organized.

Geared for raising Cane

July 15 at 7:00am
William Flournoy caught this 8 ½-pound bass on one of his Uncle Lonnie Stanley’s new Stanley Standup Football Jigs at Lake Sam Rayburn.

The Stanley Standup Football Jig

A unique head shape puts this lure in action
July 14 at 9:48am
The 2018 Bassmaster Elite schedule features a first-ever stop on Lake Oahe out of Pierre, S.D. - which could be extra-interesting with the new

2018 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule released

Includes a mix of new and familiar fisheries
July 10 at 1:11pm
Patrick Engerran loves fishing Bayou Black because there is a seemingly endless supply of chunky bass willing to eat soft plastics and jigs.

Hot weather doesn't slow down Bayou Black bass bite

Pitching to mats with moving water was key to getting bit
July 06 at 2:30pm